I stumbled upon this upon my usual goss-search. The japanese forum post isn’t very discript, however this is reported to be the N902i. [See full image]
From first glance, it’s appears to have a double-hinge, something Sony Ericsson demonstrated in some prototypes a little while ago. It also appears to be the standard 2.4 inch, stereo speakers handset with a camera.
One thing to note is that the keypad has no Japanese characters on it… interesting.
The data, pictures and information on the new N901iS has only just been put up! I’ve translated and documented the new phone due for release tomorrow! The eagerly awaited N901iS by NEC defines style with a list of impressive features. Complete with a 2 mega pixel camera, and PictBridge for direct USB printing, it also features a huge 2.5 inch QVGA display!
Click here to take a look-see at the N901iS.
Over the past few weeks, NTT DoCoMo have been steadily releasing their highly anticipated FOMA 901iS series! They’re all out (Excluding the N901is) and boy do some of them really stand out!
The D901iS takes the cake for features, including a hefty 4 mega pixel camera in slide form. It also includes a slightly larger than usual 240×345 resolution 2.4 inch screen, plus a huge 600 hour standby time. That’s providing you’re sitting perfectly still and not using it, of course ;).
The other that stands out, the SH901is is a very stylish ClamTwist handset, with a 3.2 mega pixel camera.
The other two F901iS and P901iS come with some cool new features as well!
All the models feature iMode FeliCa, of course! These new models are likely to be far more successful than KDDI’s recent launch, purely because of their aesthetic and functionality value.
In good time, the N901iS will be available and I’ll get you some info on that too! Stay tuned :)
NTT DoCoMo announced its new FOMA phone models — the 901i series. The phones are loaded with fancy features like a 2Mega pixel camera, 3D sound and graphics, a finger print sensor, document viewer, a bacteria resistant surface, flash and the m-wallet Felica.
The FOMA series will run on three different operating systems — Sharp will have the traditional Japanese embedded OS Micro ITRON — NEC, Panasonic Linux — Fujitsu, Motorola and Mitsubishi Symbian. This will be a major push for Linux in the mobile market as Panasonic and NEC are among the most popular brands in Japan.
The Sharp SH-901i will be launched on November 26th. Stay tuned for user reviews and photos.